News archive from 17 November 2016

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho set to be overlook big-name for Arsenal showdown

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho set to be overlook big-name for Arsenal showdown

That's according to the Daily Mirror, who say the Red Devils captain looks set to be benched when Arsene Wenger's team travel to Old Trafford. Rooney has endured his fair share of flak following a below par start to the season. And he's allegedly been...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
Manchester United make Lionel Messi admission: We can do this - report

Manchester United make Lionel Messi admission: We can do this - report

Messi, 29, is yet to agree a new deal at the Nou Camp, sparking suggestions that he could soon be on the move. And, according to The Sun, United would be keen to bring him to the club. How Man Utd could line up if the fans get their way in the January...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
Arsenal ace: I looked up to these Manchester United and West Ham stars as a kid

Arsenal ace: I looked up to these Manchester United and West Ham stars as a kid

The 24-year-old had his fair share of big-names to look up to as he rose through the ranks at Arsenal. Gunners legends Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp and Patrick Vieira all starred under Arsene Wenger as Wilshere embarked on his fledgling career....

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 

'I'm not jealous of Kylie!': Kendall Jenner insists she does not compete with anyone, hates drama and is a...

Kylie Jenner has a massive fan following (78.8m Instagram followers) and a makeup empire to call her own. But her sister Kendall insisted that she is not jealous of the 19-year-old. In a post to kendallj.com on Wednesday, the Vogue model explained her...

 

Scarlett Moffatt reveals she emailed a time travel theory to Stephen Hawking... as fans react angrily to...

She's known for coming out with a howler or two. And Scarlett Moffatt had her jungle campmates and viewers at home in stitches when she revealed she once tried contacting Professor Stephen Hawking regarding a time travel theory, on Wednesday night's...

 
Whether you have gay sex or straight sex, you need to take this test

Whether you have gay sex or straight sex, you need to take this test

Straight men and women are being diagnosed with late-stage HIV at an alarming rate – because of a perceived ‘taboo’ around testing. Four out of 10 people newly diagnosed as HIV-positive in the last year were diagnosed in the late stages, once the...

Metro, 00:03 in Hot News
 
Psychiatrists attack 'scandal' of child mental health spending

Psychiatrists attack 'scandal' of child mental health spending

NHS bodies are spending as little as £2.01 per child on mental health care for young people, despite the big spike in anxiety, depression and other serious problems among under-18s. Psychiatrists claim the small sums being spent by GP-led clinical...

Guardian, 00:04 in Health
 
Breast cancer drug approved for NHS use after price cut

Breast cancer drug approved for NHS use after price cut

A drug that can help shrink breast cancer tumours before patients undergo surgery to remove them has been approved for use in the NHS, after the manufacturer agreed a substantial discount on the list price. Perjeta, the brand name of pertuzumab, could...

Guardian, 00:04 in Health
 

Farm impasse at climate talks threatens goal to end hunger: FAO chief

MARRAKESH, Morocco (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A lack of progress on agricultural issues at the U.N. climate talks in Morocco puts at risk efforts to help farmers adapt to climate change and meet a global goal to end hunger by 2030, the head of the...

 

Nicola Sturgeon backs plan to hand new powers to headteachers

Nicola Sturgeon has defended controversial plans to hand headteachers sweeping new controls over decision-making in schools, insisting it will drive up classroom standards in Scotland. The First Minister told MSPs that plans for an overhaul of the...

Scotsman, 00:09 in Learning
 
Roche, Bristol-Myers cut cancer drug prices to win UK approval

Roche, Bristol-Myers cut cancer drug prices to win UK approval

Roche (ROG.S) and Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMY.N) on Thursday became the latest drugmakers to cut the price of cancer medicines in order to secure access to Britain's National Health Service. The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)...

Reuters, 00:09 in Business
 

Police officers attack ‘idiocy’ of force’s domestic abuse policy

More than 1,300 people have been held in custody in domestic abuse cases which were later dropped due to a lack of evidence. The figures, which cover the years 2012-15, were released by the Scottish Police Federation (SPF),which said they highlighted...

Scotsman, 00:15 in Politics
 

Fear of HIV tests despite ‘Prince Harry effect’

Official statistics released today reveal ‘unacceptable’ rates of late-stage HIV in Scotland. Figures show that of the 302 people who were newly diagnosed in Scotland last year, nearly a third (31 per cent) had late-stage HIV - where the virus has...

Scotsman, 00:15 in Politics
 

Tories Aim School Cuts at Labour’s Heartlands

Teachers rally as government slashes budgets TORY constituencies are being shielded from the worst of school funding cuts, new research has revealed ahead of a major rally to defend school budgets. The National Union of Teachers and the Association of...

 

Rotherham 12 cleared after fight with fascists

Defendants celebrate after taking on Britain First racists ‘in self-defence’ JUBILANT anti-fascists celebrated outside Sheffield Crown Court yesterday after a jury threw out charges of violent disorder against 10 Asian men from Rotherham. The...

 


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